MCCALL, Idaho — A $4.2 million to add onto the City of McCall's library facility won the support of voters Tuesday.
The bond passed 608 to 172, with nearly 78% of voters backing the measure.
The money will go towards building and furnishing a new addition to the library, as well as renovations to the existing building. Officials say some of the updates are aimed at making the 50-year-old site more accessible for people with mobility issues.
The measure fell short by a narrow margin in June 2020. The new bond is expected to cost property owners just under $16 per $100,000 of taxable assessed property value.